9/21/2006

Free anonymous browsing

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 3:30 am

A modified version of Mozilla Firefox that lets users browse the web anonymously has been released.

The Torpark browser can be stored on and run from a flash USB memory stick, which can effectively turn a PC into an anonymous terminal.

Working in conjunction with The Onion Router (TOR) network, the tool anonymises a user’s connection through encryption and constantly changing net addresses. This makes it incredibly difficult for ISPs to track an individuals web-related activity and location.

Source: The Register

 

One Response to “Free anonymous browsing”

  1. Tim Fehlman Says:

    Even though Torpark is a portable application, there are many people who might be interested in trying it out who are not comfortable with a “no install” installation. Thus, I have created a Torpark installer and a step-by-step guide for using it.

    If anyone is interested, the installer and guide are available from http://www.dailycupoftech.com/?page_id=165.

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